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Archeopark Żelazne Korzenie (PL)
The Muzeum Przyrody i Techniki Ekomuzeum “im. Jana Pazdura” (theof Nature and ) in Starachowice has strong connections with the ground braking research on sites of M. Radwan and K. Bielenin which beginning is dated on 1955.
For the Iron Roots projects, in 2004 the museum began the of an Archeopark, where a number of workshops and presentations about iron production are made, both the way it was in the as well as medieval ironworks (Minera Starzechowska) will be shown.
The Archeopark is settled in the south - eastern part of the Museum, near the so-called “Dolne Kanał Technologicznego” (the lower channel), surrounded by thickly wooded dumps containing different varieties of iron ore, once used by the Blast Furnace Team of Starachowice. The inspiration for the creation of this base are the results of archaeological research in the region and European archaeological open air museums.
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